TAG Heuer presented the final timepiece in a series of five limited-edition models marking the Monaco’s 50th anniversary. The fifth collector’s piece borrows from the design codes and trends from the past decade (2009 to 2019). The exclusive piece was presented in Shanghai in the presence of brand ambassadors Cara Delevingne and Li Yifeng, Stéphane Bianchi, CEO of the LVMH Watchmaking Division and of TAG Heuer
Special Edition” and “One of 169” engravings
TAG Heuer Automatic Calibre 11, diameter 30 mm, 59 jewels, balance oscillating at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour (4 Hz), 40-hour power reserve.
Chronograph with seconds and minutes; date, hours, minutes and small second at 3 o’clock; chronograph minutes counter at 9 o’clock; central chronograph seconds. hand
Black calfskin leather
Sandblasted folding clasp in stainless steel
100 meters (10 bar)
The previous pieces included the first timepiece (1970s edition), presented during the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix, the second timepiece (1980s edition), revealed in Le Mans, the third timepiece (1990s edition), unveiled ahead of the Formula E Championship in New York, and the fourth timepiece (early 2000s edition), which debuted at an event in Tokyo.